Furring strip


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furring strip

[′fər·iŋ ‚strip]
(building construction)

Furring strip

A thin piece of wood used to build up areas to align panels.

furring strip

A wood strip used as furring, 1; also see batten, 3.
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Flathead screws are the way to go when the screw head needs to be flush, such as with furring strips that will be clad with drywall or plywood.
7 SHIM the furring strip down at each joist location until a scrap of 1x3 just fits between the taut string and the furring strip.
marine-grade plywood furring strips because of the hurricane thing or even 2 x 4s as furring strips.
If you prefer to use paneling, you will need to use furring strips in either case.
The inside block surface has vertical Furring strips at i6 inches on center with batt insulation between the furring, followed by a vapor barrier then covered with a 1/2 inch of drywall.
According to Random Lengths, a Eugene-based firm that tracks the wood products industry, Armstrong makes pallets, fencing, stakes, furring strips and lath for sale around the West Coast.
The asymmetrical design, consisting of modules attached to furring strips on the back wall, breaks the wall into squares, rectangles, and recesses that flank the existing but refaced fireplace.
Tenders are invited for Renovations include installing insulation board, furring strips and metal siding on the outside walls of the building, and installing new soffit, fascia, gutters and downspouts.
An alternative is to fasten furring strips to the bricks 16-inches on center with Tapcon fasteners.
More neat stuff: the 1x4 wood furring strips were untreated and looked brand new.
Use 2-by-4s, 2-by-6s, or smaller furring strips, then install cellulose, fiberglass blankets or batts, or spray-in liquid foam insulation between the furring strips.
For a perfectly smooth wall, nail 2x2 treated furring strips along the existing wall 16 in.